The Doylestown Health Sweepstakes drawing was held during the 15th annual Circle of Life Auction on November 11, 2016 at the Doylestown Country Club. A total of 526 tickets were sold for a chance to win a new 2017 BMW 320i or $20,000 in cash. The sweepstake was sponsored by Thompson BMW, Doylestown, PA. Proceeds from the raffle support Doylestown Healths Cancer Institute and Doylestown Hospital Hospice.
Excitement filled the room as Jim Brexler, President and CEO of Doylestown Health, spun the raffle drum and selected a ticket. Event co-chairs, John and Rochelle Thompson looked on, as emcee Lou Iobbi announced that ticket number 0013 was the lucky winner. The ticket was purchased by Cheri Fleishinger, a nurse at Doylestown Hospital for 27 years. Cheri purchased her ticket at Lori's Gift Shop, located in Doylestown Hospital.
Cheri and her daughter Jill, who is a casual associate in Doylestown Health's Cardiac Rehabilitation department, met with John Thompson and Dennis Kelly, from Thompson BMW, Doylestown to celebrate their good fortune. Thanks to Cheri, and many other ticket purchasers, the sweepstakes alone generated over $30,000 for Doylestown Health.
Doylestown Health Sweepstakes Photo Album
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